This is a shout-out to the March Madness legends who peaked in college.
We're celebrating their highs, empathizing with their lows, and, in some cases, laughing at the idea of franchises letting March magic cloud their judgment.
I stayed fairly recent with this one to keep it relevant: only players who completed their college career in the last 20 years were eligible. These players also had to be drafted by an NBA team to be considered. Finally, if a player's NBA career was ended early by an injury, like Duke's Jay Williams, they don't qualify as a bust.
Without further ado, here are the guys who reached the next level only to fall flat on their faces.